Just graduated college? Oh, the places you’ll go! And also: the people you’ll date! Dating in the real world is a bit — okay, WAY — different from dating in college. To help you absorb the culture shock, here are the key tips you’ll need to prepare you for this new reality.
Though uptight office tattletale Angela and absurdist beet farmer Dwight finally made it work in the long run, they’re not the only mismatched TV couple who made us laugh, smile, and wonder what in the heck those two saw in each other.
Ah Leo. When it comes to love on the big screen, he simply can’t catch a break. (Such is life for a bona fide tragic hero.)
Haven’t had sex in multiple forevers? Ryan O’Connell comes to your rescue. Also: the politics of first dates, and when to say “I love you.”
An excerpt from Adulting: How to Become a Grown-up in 468 Easy(ish) Steps, by Kelly Williams Brown.
We’ve rounded up all the reasons we wish we were being courted by a fictional character–and one reason we’re glad that’s not the case.
What was dating like way, way, way back in the day? We asked illustrator Jessica Olien to share her interpretations.
Fresh after a divorce, I find myself in some strange bubble. I’m the Rip Van Winkle of dating.
A specific accomplishment can act as a springboard for other seemingly-unrelated accomplishments. Let’s call this the “Wow, Look at What I Did; I Wonder What Else I Can Do” model.